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|Location||Umi, Kasuya, Fukuoka
|Operated by||JR Kyushu|
It is the southern terminus of the Kashii Line.
It is a ground level station with single side platform.
- December 29, 1905: Opened as station of the Hakatawan Railway (now Kashii Line).
- September 19, 1918: Freight Station of Chikuzen-Sangu Railway (later Katsuta Line) opened in the place that was about 150m away from the station of the Hakatawan Railway.
- May 20, 1919: Passenger service of Chikuzen-Sangu Railway's station started and renamed to Shin-Umi Station (新宇美駅 Shin-Umi-eki?).
- December 1, 1919: Shin-Umi Station renamed to Kami-Umi Station (上宇美駅 Kami-Umi-eki?).
- September 19, 1942: Hakatawan Railway and Steamship and Chikuzen-Sangu Railway is merged in Nishi-Nippon Railroad (merger time, Kyushu electricity orbit) and unify the stations on both lines. But distance of both station not changed.
- May 1, 1944: Both lines of this station under state control.
- April 1, 1985: Katsuta Line is abolished.
- April 1, 1987: Following privatisation of JNR it came under the control of JR Kyushu.
- Umi Station (JR Kyushu) (Japanese)
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